What is the main reason washington’s supreme court is so important?
a. it writes the laws that state officials are required to obey.
b. it is the highest court in the judicial branch of government.
c. it runs the departments and agencies that meet citizens’ needs.
d. it carries out the state’s laws once they have been enacted.
george washington shape the office's future role and powers, as well as set both formal and informal precedents for future presidents. washington believed that it was necessary to strike a delicate balance between making the presidency powerful enough to function effectively in a national government, while also avoiding any image of establishing a monarchy or dictatorship. in the process, president washington significantly influenced the path for the presidency moving forward, setting standards in all aspects, including political power, military practice, and economic policy.
a. it writes the l...